[Speex-dev] VS2005 build stability?
jean-marc.valin at usherbrooke.ca
Wed Oct 1 20:06:15 PDT 2008
Is is possible to have makefiles, batchfiles, whatever that just calls
the command-line compilers and doesn't require this huge amount of
per-compiler-version crap? Otherwise, I'm seriously considering removing
all those project files from the build since time has proven there's
just no way to get them up-to-date.
Alexander Chemeris a écrit :
> On Wed, Oct 1, 2008 at 8:29 PM, Kerry Bonin <kerry at vscape.com> wrote:
>> - Anyone else see this?
>> - Who maintains the Win32 projects (at least the VS2005)? I'd be happy
>> to work with to solve.
>> - If nobody is actively maintaining this build, I'd be glad to fix and
>> contribute back.
> I'm currently listed as a Win32 build system maintainer, but I prefer not
> to take discussions off the list.
> In my day-to-day development I use VS2003 and have VS2005 only on
> dedicated VM, and I havn't experienced any of these problems. Probably
> that's because VM is allowed to use only one core. I'd be glad to work
> with you on these problems and I'll ask my co-workers with VS2005
> to test build on real hardware instead of VM. If you have any ideas
> or patches to solve this problem - post them here.
>> - On the SVN vs. GIT query above, are these still synched? We use SVN
>> for rest of project, so including via svn external is very convenient,
>> nice to know if valid...
> I think SVN version is now a little bit outdated. Though build system
> has not diverged too much yet. That's very sad Jean-Marc decided
> to drop SVN maintenance, it was very handy to use it in large
> svn-backed projects.
>> Just wanted to touch base with the list before I burnt time tracking
>> down Microsoft issues, in case there are any simpler fixes for this I
>> missed in mailing list archives and google...
> I believe you're the first to report these issues.
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